And Owasso, which enters Friday’s game on a nine-game winning streak, has been at it all year on the offensive side of the ball. They’ve averaged about 40 points a game, and haven’t scored fewer than 35 points in a game since Week 2. All in all, it’s a much better offense than the Broken Arrow unit the T-Wolves held to 16 points last week.
And Owasso is tired of being stopped just short of the title game, something the Timberwolves will hope to do to the Rams yet again.
“We’re tired of losing in the semis,” Lowe said. “We’re ready for this game, and we’re not finished yet.”
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